May 27 2015
DEER VALLEY RESORT; PARK CITY, UTAH (May 27, 2015) – Beginning June 5, the competition for the third annual World Ski Awards commences and Deer Valley Resort hopes to maintain its title as United States' Best Ski Resort earned the past two consecutive years and vie for the title of World's Best Ski Resort. The World Ski Awards serves to celebrate and reward excellence in ski tourism and focuses on the leading 20 nations who are shaping the future of the ski industry. Launched in 2013, World Ski Awards was developed in reaction to overwhelming demand from the ski industry for a fair and transparent program with a mission to serve as the definitive benchmark of ski tourism excellence.
“Deer Valley Resort won the distinction of being named United States' Best Ski Resort for 2013 and 2014 among a short list of USA finalists,” said Bob Wheaton, president and general manager of Deer Valley Resort. “It was an honor to have our commitment to excellence rewarded by industry peers and the guests and fans of the resort who voted for us. We plan to work just as hard this year to earn the same honor and hopefully continue on to be named Worlds' Best Ski Resort.”
Voting for this year’s World Ski Awards opens June 5 and closes September 25, 2015. The 2015 country winners will be announced at a red carpet World Ski Awards ceremony at the A-ROSA Kitzbühel, Austria, on November 22, 2015, as part of a three-day program of VIP events and networking activities. Voting will take place at worldskiawards.com and World Ski Awards' Facebook page.
The World Ski Awards is part of World Travel Awards, currently celebrating 22 years as "the Oscars of the travel industry." For more information on the award and voting for Deer Valley as World Best Ski Resort, please contact Deer Valley Communications Manager Emily Summers at 800-424-DEER (3337) or 435-645-6522; or view the resort’s website at deervalley.com. To follow Resort happenings on social media, search #skithedifference.
Deer Valley Resort revolutionized the ski industry by providing the first-class service one would receive at a five-star hotel. The resort offers 21 chairlifts, 100 ski runs, six bowls, 12 restaurants, 300 annual inches of powder, three elegant day lodges, 2,026 acres of alpine skiing, hundreds of luxury accommodations and a renowned Ski School and Children’s Center.
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